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Eliot Marries Valerie Fletcher on January 10th
Eliot's ex-wife, Vivien Eliot dies
Eliot’s 1932-33 Norton lectures at Harvard published under the title The Use of Poetry and the Use of Criticism (1933). At the University of Virginia, he delivers the lectures later published as After Strange Gods (1934). Obtains legal separation from Viv
Eliot enters the Church of England and assumes British citizenship
Eliot joins the publishing house of Faber & Gwyer, leaves Lloyds bank
Eliot takes leave from Lloyds Bank. Recuperating at Margate and Lausanne, finishes the drafts of The Waste Land, which he then shows to Pound.
Eliot's "Tradition and the Individual Talent" appears in The Egoist.
Eliot takes a position at Lloyds Bank in the Colonial and Foreign Department.
Eliot works as teacher at Highgate Junior School and as University Extension Lecturer
Eliot marries Vivien Haigh-Wood on June 26th; begins publishing poems that later appear in the Prufrock volume.